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Have a kodack c330 camera

When I take a picture now a garbage pail appears in the right top corner. Camera works fine and the book does not tell me what that is.

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That means that you can delete the picture right away if you do not like it. Also it can be that your memory card if full or not working properly.

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Good Day, thats correct, in play mode, select pictures by pressing L & R cursor you want to delete, then press garbage/pail, press the UP cursor to highlight the delete word, then press the button at the center of the 4 cursors buttons. then press garbage/pail again to exit. thanks

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